In what is to be believed the first study of its kind, new research has revealed the omega-3 fatty acids found in fish oil may be effective for reducing the risk of psychosis.

The study was published in Nature Communications and details how a 12-week intervention with omega-3 supplements substantially reduced the long-term risk of developing psychotic disorders.

The use of fish oil has long been in the public eye and has been heralded by some as an essential component of our physical well-being, but can it also improve our mental health?

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